28 Pituitary Support

(5 customer reviews)


The pituitary is a small gland in the brain which tells the thyroid when to perform certain functions such as hair growth and shedding, sweating, milk production, etc. #28 Pituitary Support is designed to support the natural function of the pituitary gland, to ensure each of these processes works as it should. This product may be beneficial in:

  • Supporting a normal endocrine and integumentary system
  • Maintaining a healthy coat


Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of (Barberry, Burdock, Echinacea, Kelp, Parsley, Pau D Arco, Chamomile, Ginger, Gingko, Hydrangea and Goldenseal) 7559 mg per tbsp. Scoop included.
Inactive Ingredients: NONE
Recommended use: 1 level scoop per day for 1000-1200 lb horse. There are approximately 60 scoops per bag.
Available sizes: E28-1 1 lb re-sealable foil bag

Additional information

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions7.5 × 4 × 9.75 in

5 reviews for 28 Pituitary Support

  1. RDButler (verified owner)

    Our 22 year old gelding had a very long, thick and curly hair coat all of a sudden two years ago. Our vet took a blood sample and it was confirmed that he had full blown Cushing’s. We have always purchased Silver Lining Products and to our surprise the vet gave us a bag of #28 Pituitary Support to start him on. After about 9 months on #28 his thick and curly hair coat shed out. His coat again shined and he looked 10 years younger. After being on #28 for a full year our vet again drew blood and sent it off for test. The lab had called him telling them that they had to run it twice as they could not believe the results of great improvement. We have continued our horse on #28 and he is now 24 years old. Our vet did a flex test on him and he flexed like a 5 year old. We are truly impressed with this product. We also are very impressed with the great service we always get when we call in for any inquiries.

  2. Lisa Muirhead (verified owner)

    I have a horse with Cushing’s this product is amazing. My mares over all health has improved and continues to improve. I was also pleased that it was affordable to be able to treatment horse. ?

  3. Cady Shaw

    I’m a VERY skeptical consumer and believe that many of the supplements marketed today have no valid data to back up their claims and that most of those products’ claims are based on anecdotal data without controlled study or veterinary supervision. My mare’s symptoms were very diverse and made her extremely dangerous to handle. They started abruptly halfway through her two-year-old year. Both my trainer and I believed that she was just quirky and we would just need to address her behavior. My mare became VERY aggressive, almost impossible to groom, saddle and bridle. Although she became increasingly dangerous to handle on the ground and could not be shod without being heavily sedated, she was simple to ride, progressed consistently in her training and was very competitive each time she was shown as a three-year-old. When her Futurity season ended I obtained a routine blood panel to rule out any other causes. Although her base line bloodwork was negative, given the abrupt on the onset of her aggressive behavior and other symptomology, my vet suggested that we put her on an ulcer medication which resulted in some improvement. Throughout 2015 we tried to see if changes in feed or routine would further improve her behavior. These changes had no significant effect. However, I believed that we were missing the root cause of her problems. When more extensive bloodwork revealed a cortisol imbalance, my vet suggested to try your Pituitary Support herbs. Although I did not believe that a supplement would make a difference, her symptomology was so extreme I was willing to try anything. After approximately 2 weeks on your Pituitary Support in the fall of 2015, she became almost a completely different animal to handle. (There is video on YouTube of her winning performance at the CRHA Challenge Derby 10/23/15. She ended up winning nearly $3,000.00.) To confirm that your product was the basis for her dramatically improved behavior, and based on my educational background, I tried an experiment after the show season ended. I took her off your herbs, did not change anything else, and her behavior began to deteriorate. I tried another supplement which had reportedly been more successful in treating my mare’s type of symptomology. Within a short period of time off the Pituitary Support and on the alternate settlement, she began to exhibit her prior dangerous and hostile behavior. When she was put back on your herbs again for two weeks, she became a happy compliant horse again. Needless to say, she will remain on your herbs.

  4. Alex

    My vet recommended your Pituitary Support formula for my older horse who for the past three springs has had a really hard time shedding out his winter coat that seems to get heavier every year. He tested negative for Cushing”s, but his coat seemed to take months to shed out and then when it finally did shed it was in patches that left him with this really thin, dry coat that didn’t look very healthy. I tried your Pituitary Support in the fall to see if it might help him with his transition from his summer to winter coat. I am pleased to report that in February he is already starting to shed his thick winter coat, and I can see that the hair that will be left is healthy and thick! I really am pleased with the results and I think he will be much more comfortable when the weather does finally warm up. Thanks so much for such a great product. There really is nothing else like it out on the market!

  5. Donna

    Thanks so much for your note. In fact, I’m getting ready to order some more of #26 an #28. This combination is working very well for my Cushing/EMS symptom gelding. He shed out better than I imagined. He had actually gone into a state of anhydrosis last summer, but that seems to have regulated itself back to normal. The poor horse had been respirating all his excess heat for almost a year. Always wanting to support my horses in the least invasive way I tend to look to herbs and minerals before medication. I like the way they can be seasonally tailored to combine with the available forage and hay and that they are something a horse would naturally seek out . We’re in the process of a long term pasture revitalization project. Looking to get some better forage growing – including some free choice herbs. I’m very satisfied with your product and especially like that there are no fillers. Thank you!

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